Notes EXAM 3 Dec 1
Notes EXAM 3 Dec 1 Botany 260
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Date Created: 12/07/15
Tuesday December 1 2015 Anna Conservation strategies Part 2 threats choosing interventions and the theory of planned behavior SHIP S H Invasive Species Pollution includes thermal air Bright red box refers to a direct threat The pink boxes categorize two broad ways of the way people act Now referring to users an important part of the public trust doctrine They could be individuals hunters etc could be a corporation lumber company Lacking an alternative use or a motivation to switch Organic movement is provided consumers with an alternative People had to lower the obstacle so people would eat the food Some people do not realize the damage they are doing There is complexity of cause and effect Managers are charged with intervening communicating rules and monitoring Natural resource managers is an example They interact with the user to assist the user in making legal socially acceptable behavior They can also intervene directly to cause damage An example of this is the snail darter built anyway eliminating the population of snail darter there Fire suppression for decades but also depleted the ecosystem Law makers lack awareness You could add more arrows policy makers in uence users This is meant to be simple To make it easier to analyze The materials have to require to analyze threats Second purpose is to make your hypothesis speci c Each arrow is a hypothesis When they are speci c they become testable The farther you get from the direct threat the more you see interpersonal interactions and personal thoughts There are at least 2 ways to intervene One on the direct threat and the other is the hearts and mind of the people quotThere is only one solution to this problemquot NOT TRUE be skeptical The way of abating threats they all have a different way to work The ones focused on human behavior seem more direct rather than hearts and minds There are more ways to abate an indirect threat because there are more indirect threats They offer different opportunities and costs What advantage could each approach give us Law is indirect or have more certainty if you stop the behavior If you try to persuade someone to stop they may go do it anyway Uncertainty is because we are all free willed People prefer persuasion because it could be longer term if it was successful People are likely to act if they think they can in uence the outcome What do other people expect of me and what do I expect of other people Do I like this behavior or do I dislike this behavior These are called intentions quotIf I get the opportunity I will eat organic foodquot They have not acted yet but they intend to How do you intervene How do you choose at least two options This began to cast doubt on traditional solutions to conservation Sometimes successful and sometimes failed Process of instinct choosing based on your gut This is different now Common sense phrases we use See metaphors on the powerpoint They are lots of clich s Look before you leap gather information before you make a choice Direct or indirect intervention Stick direct interventions it is confrontational rather than a carrot as an incentive Block the road they use to poach animals rather than just stopping each car and saying quotpoaching is badquot The indirect works to the user and sometimes like poaching you cant nd the poacher but direct you go through laws and managers Effective it will abate the threat or a high probability Do not understand it based on the term quotcosteffectivequot it is incorrect for the class Understand the term the way he presents it If you cannot measure the effect do not do it We will never know if it works Cost efficiency is the correct way to say this term It means that producing a result within your means Feasibility is enough for this class When comparing two options you may look at which one is more economical Too costly means it39s infeasible not ineffective Can you combine 2 Jailing poachers goes well together with education When they are compatible it is encouraged Functional incompatibility means that they do not work together poacher cannot be a game watcher if he s in jail Unintended consequences expect the unexpected Think two steps ahead How to involve others who and when General public future generations Groups managers decision makers Optimization participation most bene ts with the least costs How much participation is needed to be effective while still minimizing the costs as in negaUvesL
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